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Forum: Wind Power 07-15-13, 12:53 PM
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Posted By nexsuperne
Electricity is 12 pence a kw. Heating accounts...

Electricity is 12 pence a kw. Heating accounts for 44% of all energy bills but thats due to poorer insulation in the average UK home. At the moment it is 32 celsius here (which is scorching!), winter...
Forum: Wind Power 07-15-13, 12:22 PM
Replies: 18
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Posted By nexsuperne
The power output is 800 watts at 28mph and over a...

The power output is 800 watts at 28mph and over a kw at 35mph. Theoretical safe continuous maximum power output on my turbine is 1.8kw, as it has a 30 amp fuse and is charging a 48 volt system, with...
Forum: Wind Power 07-12-13, 01:15 PM
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Posted By nexsuperne
I did take 5 of the 10 blades off, but the start...

I did take 5 of the 10 blades off, but the start up was much worse (higher mph winds), the overall power for a given wind speed was lower. I understand the logic from a previous post the suggestion...
Forum: Wind Power 06-12-13, 03:56 PM
Replies: 18
Views: 28,372
Posted By nexsuperne
I will try that tomorrow. I can run either 2,5 or...

I will try that tomorrow. I can run either 2,5 or 10 blades with this hub and still maintain balance.
Forum: Wind Power 05-31-13, 03:25 PM
Replies: 18
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Posted By nexsuperne
Roughly 800 watts

Roughly 800 watts
Forum: Wind Power 05-31-13, 01:57 PM
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Views: 28,372
Posted By nexsuperne
Clear blade pictures

Turbine pictures.

This is mounted on my roof, which is a 3 storey building. One side has nothing in the way, as it is towards the river. In winter, when the solar output is low, the wind comes in...
Forum: Wind Power 05-29-13, 08:12 AM
Replies: 18
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Posted By nexsuperne
Hornet sc60 wind turbine on clear blades

I have recently fitted one of these to replace my 48 volt 1kw Futurenergy turbine. Results so far are better than the FE unit, even though the swept area is smaller (60 inches vs 72 inches). I think...
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